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♪ . ♪ . action news delaware valley's leading news program. with meteorologist melissa magee, jeff skversky, sarah bloomquist and walter perez. big story on action news is a very soggy accu weather forecast >> rain heavy at times falling throughout the day. much of the east coast got a drenching today. in fact, parts of the region have been under a flash flood watch. strong wind will move in overnight. let's get to meteorologist melissa magee with more details
from accu weather >> we've been tracking the rain on and off throughout the day. rain starting to fill in once again along 95 corridor and points to the north and west. we had a lull earlier but that moisture is starting to come in from the south to north direct, heavy rain right now across close to sections of new jersey. we're going tighter on street level with storm tracker 6. you can see pockets of rain into medford lakes, same thing in hammonton. atlantic city expressway dealing with pockets of moisture, and delaware between wilmington and smyrna in a we got the pockets of heavy rain. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar 3d showing rain coming in the south to north direct, starting to move in across much of the delaware and lehigh valleys and heavy rain as well across the areas in new england. as far as the rain we've seen so far in newark, a little more than an inch of a quarter.
1.22 inch, harvey cedars. more is likely. the flash flood watch stays until midnight on the i95 corridor areas south and east and lehigh valley and north hampton and mercy counties. we're tracking the rain heavy at the coast but starting to intensity along the i95 corridor and points to the north and west. poor drainage flooding is a bing and strong winds gusting anywhere from 40 to 50 miles per hour. we'll take a closer look in the exclusive accu-weather forecast. wet weather brought down a tree in delaware county. this was the scene in brook haven. intersection was shutdown because a tree brought down power lines with it. a parked car got scratched up but no injuries have been reported. no word at this hour when the roadway will reopen.
this was the scene in new castle. a creek partially overflowed a second of airport road. commuters were warned to avoid the area. stay on top of the soggy conditions at 6abc.com/weather. along with live storm tracker 6 radar. now to breaking news one person is been shot outside the king of prussia mall in montgomery county. police tell us victim was shot multiple times in the parking lot on the north side of the mall. upper merion police have been on the scene investigating since about 4:00, we're told the mall is still open. we have a crew on the way to the scene. we'll keep you updated as we confirm more details. . five years ago today, super storm sandy slammed the jersey shore causing $29 billion in damage. chris christie said more than 5500 damaged homes have been
rebuilt. in flood prone areas the state gun to buy out more than 1,000 homes, they remember the roller coaster washed into the atlantic. the appear has been replaced and new rides installed. north or thely beach was considered stormmembzero. chris christie said there's more work to do. 295 has opened after fiery crash overnight in new castle. it occurred just after 2:30 this morning shutting down the roadway more than six hours. >> reporter: smoke filled the air, visibility became limited. debris was scattered across the highway. this was the scene around 3:00 a.m. this morning. the crash happened north of route 141. at this point, delaware state police say it driver of a
tractor-trailer lost control somehow and slammed it into the jersey barrier. why that happened is still under investigation. if news is the driver was incredibly uninjured and managed to escape from the cab of a truck before it went up in flames. according to police, he was hauling some type of machinery when emergency crews rushed in they were confronted with the 18 wheeler fully engulfed while having to control traffic. work began to clean up the mess and fix a bad's damaged barrier. despite how bad the accident was the highway is reopen and for the truck driver, he's ok, he was able to escape. reporting in newport, bob brooks. three people seriously injured in camden county. the driver lost control which flipped over on 42 southbound in exit 10. first responders arrived on the scene after 3:15 and all three people inside the vehicle were taken to cooper university
hospital. no word quite yet on what caused the crash. six people were hospitalized after this hor risk crash in wilmington delaware. police say two vehicles crashed head on at the intersection of 12th and bowers around 2:15 this morning. action news he was has learned one was carrying a u-haul trailer. both drivers were trapped inside and had to be rescued by firefighters. the extent of their injuries and what caused the crash is not yet known. the search son for three men who broke into as now west philadelphia and stole several thousand dollars worth of cash and cell phones. the men article with handguns forced their way into the home in the 5100 block of haverford around 3:30 this morning, at this point, you said unclear who was inside of the house at the time. no injuries were reported. officials say the suspects were able to run away. anyone with information is asked to contact police. jeff skversky is here to tell us about the eagles playing the 49ers. this was essentially over a
little bit into the second half >> the eagles say, which is amazing they got off to a selectingish start. kind of feeling like the weather but the expectations have become so high. seven wins as many as they had all of last year and they're not satisfied. the eagles are not letting the rain and bad weather rain on their parade against the 49ers. the eagles maintain the best record in the nfl with the sixth straight win longest streak in football. the eagles and their fans had a lot to cheer about against san francisco. eagles and the first end with two touchdowns in span of 31 seconds. lights out. jalen mills kicks it off. house sitting on halloween weekend. trick or treat. eagles up 17-zip at the half. third quarter. eagles add to that lead. carson wentz throws it up, alshon jeffery what a museum windshield throws his 19th
touchdown most in eagles history in the first eight game of the season, what a start. eagles smiling, best start in 13 years when they went to the super bowl >> obviously you win a game and this any it gets -- it's a special thing. those are hard to come by. and you know, it's things we talk about during the week that we just can't have any let-downs and the guys really respond to that. you know, obviously pretty much rained the whole game it will knock you off a little bit with the forecast, with the weather. guy really respond. did an outstanding job all game long. and scored 33 like that, it was pretty impressive. >> very impressive to stretch they have been on. won eight of nine going back to last year. and they still have a lot of football to be played. right now, everybody in the nash football league is looking up at the eagles >> i'm getting my hopes up. that's dangerous. let's move on to christy at
the linc. she caught up with very excited fans. >> reporter: unbelievable. through the miserable weather, it was awesome. >> great game. little wet. but we survived, and good to see a victory. >> i flew in from chicago just to see these guys win. >> reporter: did you? >> yep, loyalty tea. >> great game. good game. >> reporter: what was best part? >> the defense interceptions >> we always love to see the eagles score a touchdown like we saw this game. >> eagles number one. seven and one baby >> super hundred %. >> let's take one game at a time >> carson wentz is electric. it's going to happen. this will be the year, 2018 we win the super bowl. >> reporter: there you have it. fans already talking about the
russian investigation is sets to take center stage. david wright is in washington with more. >> reporter: washington and the white house are bracing for a bombshell. first criminal charges reportedly imminent in the special counsel's investigation of russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, and possible collusion by the trump campaign >> it's not a good thing, obviously, for any white house. >> reporter: abc news confirmed a senior prosecutor from robert mueller's team was at the federal courthouse in washington friday. where a grand jury was in session. sources tell abc news an arrests could come as soon as tomorrow. who is the mystery target? abc news has reached out to former trump campaign chair paul manafort. and former national security advisory michael flynn. both known to be under investigation. manafort's team said he has no indication of i was charges
coming out against him now. so far no response from flynn's team >> typically the reason you keep it secret you don't want the defendant to know. believe me if you're the person, you know. >> reporter: the president long dismissed the russian investigation as a politically motivated witch hunt >> it was an excuse for the democrats losing the election. >> reporter: trump continues to press that theme on twitter today writing, all of this russia talk. right when the republicans are making their bug push for historic tax cuts and reform. is this coincidence tall? not. it's still unclear whether trump himself is under investigation. >> i can't comment on that, i can't answer that one way or another >> you wouldn't know whether robert mueller is investigating the president >> i can't comment on that at all. >> reporter: if and when an arrest does come, it's likely all of washington will comment. david wright abc washington. just moments ago we learned that the puerto rico energy
authority cancelled its contract with whitefish energy to restore power. ricardo rossello made the appeal to the electric authority board this morning. whitefish has become a political hot potato since the tiny company landed the $300 million no bid contract. the company has ties to ryan zinke key. approximately 70% of puerto rico remains without power in the wake of hurricane maria. tropical storm fell leap unleashed at least one tornado. a funnel cloud form near west palm beach. the storm may be to blame for the destruction of some mobile homes. officials are looking to see if a tornado touched down near miami where officials reported downed trees and property damage. the oakland athletics catcher bruce maxwell is in trouble with the law. a food delivery driver claims the baseball player pointed a gun at her. he's charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon and disorder's conduct. he made headlines when he became the first major league baseball player to kneel in protest during the national anthem. >> much more on action news, meteorologist melissa magee has the exclusive accu-weather forecast. . local kid celebrate halloween early with help if the phillies. we'll talk to a very well known wholistic health guru about his new restaurant in king of prussia.
touting the benefits of the antiinflammatory diet. it's the focused of a new restaurant in king of prussia. ally gorman took a visit. >> i'm a food nut. i'm interested first in good food >> i met up with dr. andrew while, world famous wholistic health guru philadelphia native and co founder of true food kitchen >> i believe many people imagine in order either healthy you have a give up everything you like. >> reporter: they follow the antiinflammatory diet, acute inflammation helps with helping but internal persistent inflammation has been linked to many chronic illnesses. doctor said many nods help to turn this around >> it gives you your best shot at overall good health. >> reporter: he said the di,t is
similar to the mediterranean diet. >> spices like term rick and ginger, mushrooms, other space >> carots, leafy greens. in order to prevent inflammation, limit foods that are refined, processed and manufactured >> we don't use much flower, sugar. >> reporter: it should leave you feeling good depricing yourself >> doctor said antiinflammatory foods are especially good for people with arthritis or i was the immune illness, they could help to lesson symptoms. more research is needed but we know it's a healthy way to eat overall. ally gorman channel 6 action news. former patients of the nicku at jefferson hospital got in the
spirit. they opened the doors to the parents. created an opportunity for parent to celebrate how far their little ones have come after spending time in the intensive care unit. they enjoyed food, candy, while children played games before making arts and crafts. >> despite the cold damp conditions runners and walkers enjoy the annual lupus loop. dozens hit the pavement after 9:00 this morning in fairmount park. proceeds from this year's race go to research and programs to help support patients and work to find a cure for lupus. the phillies teamed up with embassy suites to bring halloween cheer to patients at children's hospital of philadelphia. patients were able to decorate pumpkins, participate in arts and crafts, and pick out costumes. other festivities included music face painting, the fanatic stopped by to get into the fun. phillies, chop and embassy suite hosted this since 1992. halloween a couple days away
but everyone is breaking out the costumes. we want to see how you're celebrating this year. send us photos of your costumes, pets, kids or decorations around your neighborhood. use #6 abc action on social media and you might stolen on air this weekend. time for a check of the accu-weather forecast with meteorologist melissa magee. it was a wet, raw nasty day today. >> it's still coming down in parts. we'll be in and out of pockets of heavy rain as we go throughout the rest of tonight. the winds pick up on the back side of this system. i'll show you the picture outside, a gray day sky 6 five in hd. pockets of heavy rain pressing into the delaware and lehigh valleys. despite the moisture, temperatures are pretty mild at 65 in the city with winds coming in out of the southerly direction at this hour, 65 for allentown, coast in beach haven 63, dover in the lower 60's. as we go throughout the rest of tonight, the day planner showing
you 7:00 p.m. lots of rain here in philadelphia. temperature at 64, holding the lower 60's as we go throughout the rest of tonight. it will be cloudy and rainy and 10:00 and 11:00 the wind will start to pick up on the back side of this as it presses up into new england. satellite 6 along with action radar we had a bit of a lull but the rain starting to fill back in for the i95 corridor and points to the north and west. we're tracking that rain from the south that will continue to work its way north ward as we go throughout the the rest of the evening hours. something else to keep in mind, in addition to the flash flood watch posted for a good portion of the viewing area, we got a flood warning for portions of atlantic, burlington county and also ocean county so the flood warning stays until midnight. green shaded counties could pick up additional one to two inches. flooding is a big concern across coastal communities the call from accu weather,
we drop down to 49 in philadelphia, cooler tonight be 44 in lancaster. 50 in trenton's strong wind will pick up the back side. future tracker 6 timing out the rain, 9:00 pockets of heavy rain across the region, we're calling for one to three inches of rain. some spots could get higher than that. as you wake up tomorrow morning, 6:00 a.m. still going for the commute because we're in and out of the moisture then we'll start to depart as far as the rain is concerned as we get into monday mid morning. but the winds will be a factor. we got a wind advisory that goes up overnight through noon monday. expected wind gusts on the i95 corridor in areas in south jersey and northwest suburbs anywhere from 40 to 50 miles per hour. along the coast from lakehurst down to ab and wildwood. winds gusting 50 to 60 miles per hour, good idea to secure loose items. more details coming up when the full and exclusive accu weather seven-day. >> thank you, melissa.
action news investigation expose as loop hole in the law that laws assault rifles similar to the ones in las vegas to be accessible with no background check >> they're untraceable, have no serial number and you may be surprised how easy it is to get your hands on a high powered weapon often called a ghost gun. >> these types of firearms are being purchased in an undercover capacity by our undercover officers right on the streets of philadelphia. >> reporter: felons and other criminals can easily access these firearms like those used in the las vegas massacre. they only cost about $600 and took us four hours to assemble. some law enforcement believe this is a national safety concern. the gun activists say at protected right >> people should have the right to be able to produce firearms. >> reporter: these semiautomatic weapons end up in wrong hands, own on action news monday at
. alicia vitarelli introduces us to an unforgettable teenager. >> reporter: this is shawn he did link from springfield township montgomery county. some might call him impressive, overachiever, born leader and they'd be right but he's also one in a million. more like one in more than 2 million, at least by boy scout standards and one of many local
people who make us philly proud. >> ever since i was a little kid i like to keep busy >> 18-year-old chestnut hill academy senior shawn he did link is a triple varsity scholar athlete. >> i play left guard for the blue devils, been starting three years. i'm also a starter for wrestling. >> reporter: he also rows, he calls that family thing >> my father and sister rowed before me. i tried to continue the tradition. >> reporter: shawn is also a violinist in school orchestra and first scout in their history to become a triple silver palm eagles >> they can light a fire in a second. name anything off the top. they can tie any knots. >> reporter: every year, own one or two out of about 2 and a half million scouts become triple
silver palm eagles >> he's the one in a million kids that went that far, pushed himself. >> reporter: as part of the project, shawn helps the friends of wissahickon both on the trail and in the community. >> they ask me to build a box so they can get out other weekly news letters >> you may have guessed shawn also class president. >> you're on a team in a sport or a classroom. you want shawn next to you. he makes everyone around him better. that's the true sign of a leader. >> those around him call him humble. shawn says it's more about focus and old-fashioned hard work >> i put in the work and made sure i led people along the way i didn't take myself. i took the rest of my troop with me >> he's whatever father dreams of his son being >> if you're wondering how he does it all, he said he just make time for it. by the way he also said that scouting teaches you practical life skills and he wishes more young people today would learn them. perhaps this story is their
inspiration. alicia vitarelli. channel 6 action news. steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
we continue to follow breaking news, one person shot outside of the king of prussia mall here in montgomery county. police tell us the victim was shot multiple times and appears in the parking garage of the nordstrom side of the mall. upper merion police been on the scene investigating since about 4:00 this afternoon. the mall is still open.
as this investigation continues. action news reporter christy alet toe is headed to the scene and will join us with a live report coming up at 6:00. time for a check of the accu-weather forecast as meteorologist melissa magee soggy and nasty out there >> and the rain is starting to pick up in intensity especially for philadelphia where we got a lull this afternoon. the rain is starting to fill back in. we'll show you the picture. the action cam was outside earlier in mt. laurel, new jersey. where we had some steady rain, but the rain is getting heavy right now, in fact, here's a live shot picture outside. sky 6. there could be weather related travel delays. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar. you can get a better view of what we're tracking along the i95 corridor from philadelphia down to wilmington. heavy rain also to the west in between coatsville and oxford. heavy rain right now along route 41, also to the north of that
area, from malvern and pottstown at this hour, another question that we're tracking down across the areas in south jersey for surf city, atlantic city, sea aisle city. we're in and out of pockets of moisture and this will continue, then as the storm pulls away, the winds will pick up on the back side. a bit of a one, two punch for mother nature. it's 65 in philadelphia despite the wet weather, 65 in allentown, 64 at the coast in beach haven, 63 dover, also in the lower 60's. we'll show you satellite 6 along with action radar, we had a frontal boundary that moved through earlier today. that front stalled and allowed an low pressure system to ride up along the front, that the why we're getting the front coming from west to east and moisture getting pulled in from the atlantic as well. eventually, this storm system will bomb out over new england and there they are anticipating heavy rain and strong wind gusts. for the next 12 hours, pockets
of rain, windy and cooler. drop into the 44 in the suburbs for the overnight low and 49 in philadelphia. future tracker 6 taking you through the rest of tonight. 8:30, we got pockets of rain which is right the flash flood watch has been issued on the i95 corridor to the north and west and also into south jersey. this continues as you wake up early tomorrow morning, 6:00 a.m., allow extra time for the commute in the morning, it will be slow going and there will be a concern with localized flooding. 11:30 tomorrow morning, the moisture starts to pull away. the problem the winds overnight into noon on monday will be intensefying. we got a wind advisory across the region, winds gusting anywhere from 50 to along the coast as high as 60. future tracker wind gusts showing you 11:00 tonight you could see winds starting to pick up in intensity with a westerly direction. tonight and early tomorrow morning, look at these, 36 miles per hour, 48 miles per hour wind gusts there in wildwood and 48
miles per hour in dover. the exclusive seven-day forecast showing you more than rain tomorrow, it will be windy afternoon. a high temperature of 58. we'll get this moisture out of here and it's a cool treat for halloween tuesday, high temperature at 58 and cool tuesday night. wednesday in at 55. we'll start to get milder thursday and friday. will bring back the threat of rain, tracking it for rest of tonight. two people including a 16-year-old were stabbed in the olney section of philadelphia overnight. police were called to the 5600 block of park avenue about 12:30 this morning, investigators found a trail of blood including a bloody sweatshirt. officials tell action news the 16-year-old and 18-year-old were brought to i understand hospital with multiple stab wounds. the 16-year-old is listed in critical condition. the 18-year-old remains in stable condition. so far, no arrests have been made. the search is on for the person who shot and killed a man in southwest philadelphia overnight. shots were fired at about 2:00 this morning on the 7300 block
of west passyunk avenue. officials say the unidentified victim was rushed to penn presbyterian with a gunshot wound to the hedge died a short time later. no word on a possible motive. a frankford man has been cited with his third dui after crashing with his 7-year-old son in the car. police say ra lon devoe of frankford. crashed on friday and hit a pole. he grabbed his son and they started walking until a passing motorist picked him up. a georgetown delaware man. delaware state police received numerous calls about him drying erratically. six minutes later it had been reported it had been side swiped. police caught up with him. a century it's been a uniquely south jersey treat. if you're not from south jersey,
it's likely you never heard of it. correspondent nora muchanic introduced us not in the know to boost. >> reporter: you may have never heard of it. let me introduce you to this flat syrupy camel colorado drink called boost >> it was in my bottle when i was a baby and i'm 46. of i've been drinking it all my life. my dad all his life and he's 72. it was in his bottle >> i don't drink soda because i was raised on boost. i don't like the carbon nation. >> reporter: towns like burlingtoning delran and riverside where this drink is manufactured, have been known to compare boost to liquid crack. >> reporter: how many times a day >> about four day. four quarts a day. it's bad. it's good but it's bad. >> got a lot of caffeine and it's sweet. the really like sugar. >> reporter: it lives up to its name >> yes. >> reporter: they serve 30 gallons of it a day to a constant stream of customers who
come in for the daily boost. it's usually served on ice or mixed with water or in the popular slushy form. you can also take your own jug of it home. >> it's all day long. some people come in two, three times a day, people take it on vacation. >>reporter: boost was invented by a riverside pharmacist in the early 1900s, outside of that, no one heard of it >> i'm kind of numb to the caffeine, it's the sweet taste, refreshing drink and it's just something we've all grown up and gotten used to >> i sampled it and it tasted to me like flat soda. of while the rest of the world may never get a zip. people in south jersey love their boost. i'm nora muchanic. channel 6 action news.
. the cooper foundation was raising money in cherry hill this morning to fight both breast and gynecological cancers. organization hosted hundreds of women from across the delaware valley in its eighth annual pink roses and steel magnolias broach. cancer survivors shared stories and guests participated in a raffle. silent auction and health fair. runners took to the trail in mt. laurel today. it was the first annual 5k to bring awareness to what's known as venus disease. it's a condition in which the vein valves in your legs don't function properly. events was organized by the vein and vascular institute of voorhees.
starting next month in philadelphia, amazon will deliver packages inside your home even when you're not home. the service is called amazon key. here's how it works. the driver arrives and scans your package, which automatically sends an alert to your phone. it also sends a signal to the amazon cloud that unlocks the smart lock on your front door, at the same time, a security camera mounted inside your home begins rolling so you have a record of the whole thing. >> well, we heard from customers, a lot of customers would love having their packages delivered in their home even when they're not there. >> the service is available to prime members starting on november 8 in 37 cities including philadelphia. of course, you need a smart lock and a cloud camera. which you can purchase from amazon for 250 bucks. many of us dreamed about having appliances meanwhile that do all the work. now we're getting a closer and closer look as that dream becoming a reality. maggie rulely has the latest in smart home technology and tips
for making your home a little smarter today. >> alexa, what's the weather. >> reporter: smart homes are here and ready to cater to your needs >> i don't remember what life was like, i don't know what kind of world western living in. >> reporter: dan ackerman say homes are already being designed to be smart. kitchen appliances like coffee makers that turn on the second you wake up or a fridge that shows you what it's got inside. doors that unlock just for you. or each room making sure you're at the perfect temperature. even fido can get smart. >> reporter: what should be the first thing i do to make my home smart >> get an am echo or google home, then all of a sudden they get smart light bulbs, that's the easiest >> alexa turn off little lamp. >> reporter: once you got your basic setup. your smart home can help you make your shopping list >> i need paper towels >> i put paper towels on your
shopping list >> you know if you need an umbrella >> google what's the weather >> today, there will be thunderstorms >> make you laugh with a joke >> what's a pirate's favorite exercise? the plank. >> reporter: with all the laughs and grounds breaking inventions >> i think we'll see a lot of issues with the actual security of the devices themselves and the networks. >> reporter: are there privacy concerns when it comes to some smart home technology. >> reporter: you shouldn't so concerned that you opt out. you can hit the mute button and the speaker gets turned off. >> reporter: as security struggles to keep pace, homes of the future are already here and ready to help you order a pizza. >> i think it's behind a smart home. >> maggie ruley abc news new york. . jeff is here with sports. eagles fans excited. team looking good >> they're not happy with the grade. right tackle lane johnson says feels like we lost.
they're not happy with winning by 23. so much for a trap game. the eagles dominate the 49ers, they won six straight games, red hot. the weather is not raining on the eagles parade a carson wentz threw 19 touchdowns most in eagles history to start a season end the second quarter. zach ertz career high six touchdown. eagles up nine, zip. of mike trout fired up. eagles fans will live this, 31 seconds later, cj beathard kicks off and watch the green going to be lynn go. the halloween weekend. and the guy with green hair is getting into the ends. trick or treat. eagles score 14 points and 31 seconds. up 17-nothing at the half. third quarter, alshon jeffery
cards throw it up i'll got it. ertz throws at jeffrey and he charges the mound. eagles win 33-ten. there's seven and one, best start since the super bowl season of 2004. >> seven and one, we like that. we like that, that's a good place to be. of you know, i think the something we just got to keep building. there's a lot of things we got to keep cleaning up >> stay in there four quarters and not overlook this team. it's a tremendous effort by the players in that locker room and that's the one thing i've really appreciated about our guys is they just kind of one week at a time, one game at a time. and they did it again today. >> more on the game coming up at 6:00 and of course, on action news sports sunday former eagles great brian west brooke will join ducis rogers and company.
eagles won eight of the last nine games dating back to last year. they have the best record in the nfl and of course the nfc east. with eight games to go. denver up next sunday at home. over >> london, the vikings facing, the fightins still winless. sam bradford, they won't have them. they still win, two touchdowns, vikings and the browns 303016, they're six and two seconds in the nfc behind eagles. more bad news for a sixers rookie, markel fultz is now out indefinitely with a shoulder injury. the sixers say there's no structural issues with the shoulder. fultz will be reevaluated three weeks. joel embiid says he feels good as he nurses the right hand contusion. embiid is probable for tomorrow in houston. he said he thinks he will. he looks healthy. simmons one of the best starts ever. the only player the nba history
with 100 points, 50 rebounds and 40 assists in the first six games of a career. not only is penn state dropped their first game to ohio state but penn state dropped second in the country all the way down to number seven. both the coaches polls and another tough road game coming up for james franklin and the lions. michigan state next saturday, which will start at 12 noon on the road, they need to win this if they have any shot of getting back in the national championship conversations >> that's a surprising shop down to seven >> the way things played out in the top five. >> i understand. >> all right. houston police officer will never forget attending game four of the world series even though the astros lost. he was diagnosed last year with stage four collin cancer and gave him five years to live. . of he suited up during hurricane harvey and saved more than 200 lives, on saturday the community rallied around him and presented
a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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a man from iowa finally has the family he always dreamed of at 69 years old. >> he had intellectual disabilities, had been passed from home to home his entire life until now. a faith based organization placed homer with michelle and allen who invited him to live on the farm for good. they didn't expect to add to the family but they know 10 believe that homer was meant to be with them. >> we don't get the privilege of keeping him in our home for good. we get the honor of keeping homer in our home for good. >> and the organization that
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♪ . action news delaware valley's leading news program. with meteorologist melissa magee, jeff skversky, sarah bloomquist and walter perez. sunday a blowout at the linc, as the eagles dominate the interns >> a driver of a tractor-trailer walked away from a fiery wreck on i95 in delaware but the crash wasn't the road to be shutdown for hours. the big story is breaking news, one person shot by a police officer outside a king of prussia mall in montgomery county. this is exclusive video of the parking garage where, according to police, the victim was shot multiple times. this is located on the nordstrom's side of the mall >> the victim has not